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Washington: Mud Mountain Dam / Picnic Vista
Posted on Tuesday, January 09 @ 13:00:38 MST by iljiana

Horse Rentals & Day Ride Trails U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
30525 Se Mud Mountain Road
Enumclaw, WA 98022-8010
Phone: (360) 825-3211

DAY RIDE




Mud Mountain Dam is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood control dam and recreation facility on the White River near Mt. Rainier in Washington State. Visitors to the facility can view the dam, picnic, hike, bike or ride their horses in a scenic woodland setting. Our office hours are from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. If you need additional information, please feel free to call us. (360) 825-3211 or (206) 764-3717 For Water Management information, you may call (206)764-6702.

From Auburn: Driving time 40 minutes. 1. Take Hwy 164 East to Enumclaw 2. Go through Enumclaw and turn left onto Hwy 410 East 3. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 4. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project
From Bellevue: Driving time 60 minutes. 1. Take Hwy 405 South to Hwy 169 Renton 2. Hwy 169 South to Enumclaw Hwy 164 3. Take Hwy 164 East to Enunclaw 4. Go through Enumclaw and turn left onto Hwy 410 East 5. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 6. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project

From Issaquah:
Driving time 60 minutes. 1. Take Hwy 90 West to 405 South 2. Take Hwy 405 South to Hwy 169 Renton 3. Hwy 169 South to Enumclaw Hwy 164 4. Go through Enumclaw and turn left onto Hwy 410 East 5. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 6. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project From Olympia: Driving time 60 minutes. 1. Take I-5 North to Hwy. 512 to Puyallup 2. Hwy 512 to 410 East to Sumner 3. Hwy 410 East through Bonney Lake, Buckley and Enumclaw 4. In Enumclaw stay on Hwy 410 East 5. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 6. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project

From Puyallup:
Driving time 35 minutes. 1. Take Hwy 167 East to Sumner 2. Hwy 410 East through Bonney Lake, Buckley and Enumclaw 3. In Enumclaw stay on Hwy 410 East 4. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 5. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project

From Seattle:
Driving time 60 minutes. 1. Take I-5 South to Hwy 18 East 2. From Hwy 18 take the Auburn/Enumclaw exit 3. At Auburn take Hwy 164 East to Enumclaw 4. Go through Enumclaw and turn left onto Hwy 410 East 5. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 6. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project

From Tacoma:
Driving time 60 minutes. 1. Take Hwy 167 to 410 East to Sumner 2. Hwy 410 East through Bonney Lake, Buckley and Enumclaw 3. In Enumclaw stay on Hwy 410 East 4. Go about 6 miles and turn right onto Mud Mountain Road 5. Go 2.5 miles to Mud Mountain Dam Project

PARK HOURS
(subject to change): 1 Jan to 14 Apr 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Closed Weekends) 15 Apr to 12 May 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (Open Weekends) 13 May to 15 Sep 9:00 am to 8:00 pm (Open Weekends) 16 Sep to 24 Sep 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (Open Weekends) 25 Sep to 13 Oct 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Open Weekends)14 Oct to 31 Dec 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Closed Weekends)

For more information visit http://corpslakes.usace.army.mil/visitors/states.cfm?state=WA


 
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